This is a common question if you live in a wooded area, a farm or near water.   Deer cause around $1.5 million in car related accidents every year. 

To make sure your insurance policy will pay for any claims cause by a deer, you will need comprehensive coverage listed on your policy.  Unfortunately, even though the accident wasn’t your fault comprehensive coverage carries a deductible with it.  Your deductible can go as low as $100 and once you pay the deductible, your insurance policy will cover the rest.

If you aren’t sure if you have comprehensive coverage or would like a quote, give us a call at 301-855-9393 and one of our agents can assist you in obtaining this coverage.

 

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